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Glowforge - the 3D laser printer

Glowforge - the 3D laser printer

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How to Pin Baste a Quilt Basting a quilt properly is key to a successful, professional, and pucker-free finished quilt. If you are new to quilting it can be hard to know where to start, and disappointing to finish a quilt only to notice the back is full of puckers and folds. I think we all have been there at least once! If you ask 10 different quilters how they baste a quilt, you are likely to get 10 different answers.

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UX Design Team part 3 – Use the best Tools It seemed not too long ago that most websites were designed with tools intended for print design. The venerable Photoshop or Illustrator was brought into this new medium and used to draw out the web page. I never felt satisfied with these static images, they seemed so out of step with the workflow, the patterns and the code needed to bring them to life. At the same time UX centered tools like Axure, Balsamiq, OmniGraffle, and iRise helped depict different elements of the experience, yet created a gap when each stage of the team (UX, design, and development) all preferred different tools. Each needed to be translated into another, which required the use of elaborate translation documentation. Fortunately, many companies have recognized this gap and have come up with great tools to help us all work on the same page.

Have A Heart Baby Quilt Hi, my name is Alison Tudor of Sew and Tell Quilts. This is a fun and quick project that could make a wonderful quilt for a baby girl or a large Valentine’s Day wall hanging. Moda fabric PrintempsDesigner 3 SistersMaterials Needed: 1 Jelly roll 44030JR 1-1/2 yards Printemps Linen 44035-11 for background and border blocks. 3/8 yd Printemps Primrose 44030-13 for border. 1/2 yd Printemps Tonal Scarlet 44036-15 for inner border. 1/8 yd Printemps Scarlet 44037-151/4 yd Printemps Tonal Primrose 44036-133 yards backing fabric3/8 yd binding fabric (5 strips 2.5″) Cut 251 2-1/2″ squares of Printemps Linen 44035-11 for the background and border blocks. Cut 24 2-1/2″ squares of Printemps Tonal Primrose for the inner corners. Secret Quilt Binding Tricks Every Quilter Needs! 3 Great Videos - Keeping u n Stitches Quilting 4.77k Shares SCROLL DOWN, FIND The Words (Next Page) It takes you to where you’ll find the Video Tutorial This is a series of 3 Videos. They each have great Tips and if you’re new or struggled with applying a binding to your quilt these are detailed for even the most novice quilter.

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Sock Dragon Sock DragonDifficulty: Advance / Avid Intermediate Finished size: approximately 8″ (W) x 8 1/2″ (H) x 11″ (L)Materials: Make: 1 1. Sock (crew length), adult size, solid color, 1 pair 2. Sock (crew length), toddler size, stripes in contrasting color, 1 pair 3. Safety eye 5/8″ [15mm], black, 2; or button; or felt 4.

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How to Fussy Cut with No Waste How to Fussy Cut with No Waste Quilters and non-quilters are fascinated by the Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses (POTC) blocks, Kaleidoscope Stars, and fussy cut LeMoyne Stars posted online and especially on Facebook. This article describes how simple it is to get spectacular effects. You don't have to tell anyone how easy it is. It can be our little secret. Lucy Boston created The Patchwork of the Crosses (POTC) by cutting 4 or 8 identical designs for the hexagons.

Glowforge Plus would be the model to start with. by profgeek1 Aug 7